(Adds details, background) TOKYO, Nov 29 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp said its rechargeable Prius PHV plug-in hybrid would be priced from 3.2 million yen ($41,000) in Japan, higher than it flagged two years ago, as it aims to keep the lead in fuel-efficient electric vehicles. Toyota's first plug-in model adds an external charging function and more batteries to the popular Prius to enable longer-distance driving on electricity alone. Toyota's entry into the plug-in hybrid segment ups ...
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